The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 gave us a first look at the baby ballers. Here’s Part 2 of our report on this class.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 Top Performers Part 2
Jalen Grant Guard (NJ) – Grant is a long rangy player giving him a significant advantage with his wingspan both rebounding the ball and defensively shrinking the court and cutting down passing angles for whoever he is guarding. He looks to be a long-term prospect. He rebounds very well and is a willing and high-level passer. Jalen made the AGame All American Game.
Nasir Ralls Forward (PA) – Ralls is a long wing forward that is effective on the perimeter. He has a sweet stoke from beyond the 3-point line as we saw him knock down multiple long balls in the game we watched. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Isaiah Gore Guard (NJ) – Gore is a nice size guard that has a nice game with him. He is a scoring wing guard that can shoot is from deep. In today’s game that is very important as the 3-point shot is such a big part of any team’s success if they want to win. Isaiah made the AGame All American Game.
Benjamin Edmonds Guard (VA) – Edmonds is a baller with a high skill level. He has a nice handle and can really pass. He plays with great pace and when going to the rack he has a nice floater. This lefty can knock down the 3ball and plays with a purpose. He will also mix it up on the boards and plays good defense. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Alex Mazzella Guard (NJ) – Alex is one of those guards that can do it all. He can dribble, pass, and shoot which makes you very hard to guard for the opposing team. He plays to his strengths and has a very high basketball IQ. Mazzella made the AGame All American Game.
Javion Cesar-Jones Guard (NJ) – Cesar-Jones is a tough nosed guard that knows how to get a bucket. He loves to stay in attack mode and is effective finishing at the rim in the half court or in transition. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.